• Meet the Guasch Lab

  • Previous Lab Members

    Marion Brusadelli
    Graduate Assistant
    Email: brusadelli.marion@gmail.com

    Marion received her license in biological science (molecular biology and genetics). She is performing her internship in the Guasch Lab to receive her master’s degree at the Biotechnology Engineering Graduate Program ESIL, Marseille, France.

    Hanane Yahia
    Graduate Assistant
    Email: hanane.yahia@gmail.com

    Hanane received her license in genetic and is performing her internship in the Guasch Lab to receive her master’s degree in biology/genetics at the University Paris Diderot (Paris 7), France.

    Yanne Doucet
    Email: ysd2106@columbia.edu

    Yanne received her master’s degree at the Biotechnology Engineering Graduate Program ESIL in Marseille, France in January 2012. She is currently a PhD student at Universite de Provence (Marseille, France) working at Columbia University Medical Center, Department of Dermatology under the direction of Dr. David Owens.

    Megan Kramer
    Research Assistant II
    Phone: 513-803-2689
    Email: megan.kramer@cchmc.org

    Megan graduated from Northern Kentucky University in 2009 with her BS degree in biology. While there, she worked in an undergraduate neuroscience research lab and headed the Korsakoff Syndrome project under the supervision of Dr. Kristi Haik.

    Taiwo A. Lawal, MD
    Consultant Pediatric Surgeon / Associate Lecturer, Department of Surgery
    University College Hospital / University of Ibadan
    Ibadan, Nigeria
    Email: tailove177@yahoo.com  

    Taiwo received his medical education at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria (1993 – 2000). He had his residency training in pediatric surgery at the University College Hospital, Ibadan. He awarded the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Scholarship) to do a fellowship in pediatric surgery at the Hannover Medical School, Germany (2006 – 2008). He joined the Cincinnati Children's Colorectal Center Group in July 2009 and works on re-operations in Hirschsprung disease amongst other projects.

    Adrian McNairn, PhD
    Postdoctoral Associate
    Cornell University
    College of Veterinary Medicine
    Department of Biomedical Sciences
    Schimenti Lab
    Email: ajm459@cornell.edu

    Adrian received his PhD in biochemistry and molecular biology in 2004 from SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, NY in David M. Gilbert’s laboratory. Adrian has worked on the role of the RNase MRP endoribonuclease in Cartilage Hair Hypoplasia in Mark E. Schmitt’s laboratory as well as the role of the cohesin pathway proteins in CdLS and Roberts syndrome in Jennifer Gerton’s laboratory.

  • Gausch Lab group shot.

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